2015 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 1 - Elections
Section 12 Conduct of Elections
Section 1-12-7 Conduct of election; persons not permitted to vote.
1-12-7. Conduct of election; persons not permitted to vote.
A. A person shall not vote in a primary, general or statewide special election unless he is a voter of the county in which he offers to vote. A valid original certificate of registration in the county register is prima facie evidence of being a voter in the precinct.
B. A person whose major party affiliation is not designated on his original certificate of registration shall not vote in a primary election.
C. A person at a primary election shall not be permitted to vote for the candidate of any party other than the party designated on his current certificate of registration.
History: 1953 Comp., 3-12-10, enacted by Laws 1969, ch. 240, 246; 1987, ch. 249, 25; 1991, ch. 105, 25; 1993, ch. 314, 54; 1993, ch. 316, 54; 1999, ch. 267, 31; 2003, ch. 356, 29.
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